What Did You Do in the War, Thanasi?
|What did you do in the war, Thanasi?
Τι έκανες στον πόλεμο, Θανάση;
|Directed by||Dinos Katsouridis|
|Written by||Dinos Katsouridis|
Antonis Papadopoulos (actor)
|Music by||Mimis Plessas|
|December 24, 1971|
What did you do in the war, Thanasi? (Greek: Τι έκανες στον πόλεμο, Θανάση;) is a 1971 Greek satirical drama film. It starred Thanasis Veggos as Thanasis, a poor labourer trying to survive during the Axis occupation of Greece. With references to the Great Famine (Greece) and the Greek resistance, the film was also a political allegory for the Greek military junta of 1967–74. It won the Best Film Award at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival.
- Thanasis Veggos ..... Thanasis Karathanasis
- Katerina Gogou ..... Froso Karathanasi
- Antonis Papadopoulos ..... Hans
- Efi Roditi ..... Danae
- Nikitas Platis ..... Thodoros
- Mihalis Giannatos ..... Italian officer
- Stelios Lionakis ..... Ivan
- Kaiti Lambropoulou ..... Cleopatra
- Giannis Firios ..... judge
- Dinos Doulgerakis ..... lawyer
- Kostas Stavrinoudakis ..... electric company worker
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